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Caspar David Friedrich (German, Greifswald 1774–1840 Dresden)
Date: ca. 1825–30Accession Number: 2000.51
Adolph Menzel (German, Breslau 1815–1905 Berlin)
Date: 1851Accession Number: 2009.64
Christen Købke (Danish, Copenhagen 1810–1848 Copenhagen)
Date: ca. 1838Accession Number: 1990.233
Carl Gustav Carus (German, Leipzig 1789–1869 Dresden)
Date: ca. 1828Accession Number: 2007.192
Johan Thomas Lundbye (Danish, Kalundborg 1818–1848 Bedsted)
Date: ca. 1837Accession Number: 2007.164.6
Eduard Gaertner (German, Berlin 1801–1877 Zechlin)
Date: 1831Accession Number: 2006.258
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This gallery, unique in the United States, displays landscapes by Caspar David Friedrich and his Romantic followers in Dresden: Carl Gustav Carus, August Heinrich, and Johan Christian Dahl. Also shown are small, plein-air oil sketches by German, Swiss, Danish, and Norwegian contemporaries of Friedrich. The charming Biedermeier and German Realist styles are distilled in the works by Eduard Gaertner and Adolph Menzel, who both worked in Berlin.
This gallery is one of ten that comprise the Henry J. Heinz II Galleries.
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